Multiple-Counting Courses in CALS

You may take one course to meet a single requirement from up to three different Areas (1, 2, or 3). For example, one course can meet both the Humanities and International Perspectives requirements.

Note: you are still required to meet the minimum number of credits for your Bachelor’s Degree program to be eligible for graduation.

 Area 1: University

 Area 2: College

 Area 3: Degree Program

  • Everything else per degree
    program / department
  • Check with your advisor for more information

Some examples of a course that will meet a single requirement from two different areas:

  • AGRON 342 (World Food Issues: Past and Present) – Ethics and International Perspectives / Social Sciences and International Perspectives
  • ANTHR 315 (Archaeology of North America) – Humanities and US Diversity
  • BIOL 307 (Women in Science and Engineering) -- Humanities and US Diversity / Social Sciences and US Diversity
  • CL ST 275 (The Ancient City) – Humanities and International Perspectives
  • ENV S 320 (Ecofeminism) -- Social Sciences and US Diversity / Humanities and US Diversity
  • ENV S 384 (Religion and Ecology) -- Humanities and International Perspectives
  • FS HN 242 (The US Food System) -- Ethics and US Diversity
  • GLOBE 335 (The Economics of Global Agricultural Food and Bio-Energy) -- Social Sciences and International Perspectives
  • GLOBE 385 (Economic Development) -- Social Sciences and International Perspectives
  • MUSIC 102 (Introduction to Music Listening) – Humanities and International Perspectives
  • PHIL 235 (Ethical Issues in a Diverse Society) – Ethics and US Diversity
  • SOC 235 (Social Problems and American Values) -- Social Sciences and US Diversity